Independent Politics

Vicki at the micBy choosing not to join a political party, my route to provincial office was different than any other MLA in the past 60 years.  As an independent MLA, I have my own staff – two researchers and two constituency assistants – who each help me each day as I work to represent my constituents and tackle the many challenges and opportunities we face.  Plus, unlike other MLAs, I am not constrained by party rules and doctrine, and can speak out on behalf of my constituents – no matter the issue.

To illustrate my commitment to accountability I have an open-book policy for any Delta South resident wishing to view my expense reports.  Contact my constituency office to set up an appointment.



Filed Content:

Sign, sign, everywhere a government sign

Blog Post

In November 2012, the provincial government installed five signs along Highway 99 to announce that construction was starting on a replacement of the George Massey Tunnel... in five years' time.

Bureaucrats sent to Model UN to resolve differences. Really?

Blog Post

Here’s one for the “are you kidding me” file. A freedom of information request filed by my office revealed a government plan to use a two-week “Model UN” conference for bureaucrats to make binding policy decisions.

Riding already has capable MLA

News Article

Quoted from the letter (online here):

Turn back the clock

News Article

Quoted from the article (online here):